Théorie de la figure humaine : considérée dans ses principes, soit en repos ou en mouvement
Attributed to Rubens. Steinitz includes this work in her bibliography, because this part of it incorporates 8 plates from the Trattato and also quotes and/or paraphrases from some of Leonardo's chapters (all with clear references to the origins). Cf. Steinitz, p. 169-170
Publisher A Paris : Chez Charles-Antoine Jombert, pere ...
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Book contributor University of California Libraries
Collection yrlsc; davinci; cdl; americana
Notes Very tight, closed binding; some gutter shots unavoidable in order to capture illustrations; all images are best possible capture due to binding; loose sheets at back of book captured within last interior spread.
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With: Rubens, Peter Paul. Principes de dessein. Paris : C.A. Jombert, 1773
Steinitz, K.T. Da Vinci's Trattato, 1651-1956
Spec. Coll. Belt copy: Goatskin, stamped in gilt; with arms on upper board of Rene Nicolas Charles Augustin de Maupeou (1st president of the French Parlement in 1763); arms include a crown over a shield pierced by 2 crossed swords, with a porcupine in the center. Purchase, Librairie Picard, 2008
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